I recently had the pleasure to interview someone with absolutely wonderful stories. In this interview with Emmy Award winning actress and all around amazing woman, Leigh Taylor-Young, she tells stories about Steven Spielberg, Ted Turner, John-Roger, John Morton (her husband), Jim Henson, Muktananda and ideas of risk taking, creativity, and confronting the challenges of the world with an uplifting attitude.
In my second interview with author, business founder and coach, Nick Segal, we discuss ideas of creativity in business, receiving feedback, having clear intention, and the beauty in the pause.
In the first episode of 2020, I had the pleasure to interview my friend and productivity guru, David Allen, at his home in Amsterdam. David is one of the premier authorities in the field, and his book, Getting Things Done, is an international bestseller and has been translated into 28 languages. I delve into the philosophical and spiritual underpinnings of David’s method, which is used by some of the most successful individuals and businesses in the world.
In this episode, I start the new year by discussing the questions I asks myself to gain a greater perspective in my life and business.
Per a request, I also look at the effects on the consciousness of using substances popular today among many spiritual seekers and groups such as the “plant based medicine” ayahuasca, microdosing LSD, and marijuana.
In this episode, recorded while driving across Texas, I talk about the business lessons I learned, and continue to learn, from my time working with my spiritual teacher, John-Roger. I talk about my early days working for J-R, and I use an excerpt from John-Roger’s seminar titled Sharings with J-R from Living in Grace Retreat (available at msia.org).
In this episode, I talk story about how I started in my current business…jewelry…and my journey to finding enthusiasm in my work. I then share a compilation that I made of excerpts from John-Roger’s seminar Enthusiasm: God’s Energy (avail. at msia.org)
Here’s a few pictures from the event I talk about in the show I said I would post.
In this episode, I interview my friend Nick Segal about his challenges and successes on his journey to creating a very successful business, and how those experiences shaped the philosophy of his forthcoming book: “On Your Terms: Discovering a More Joyful & Purpose-Filled Life Through Value Conscious Negotiating”
In this episode I talk about my struggles with time management, feeling like I never had enough time and how I was able to get rid of time management for a better framework.
The main part is a look at Lincoln’s leadership example and what we can learn from it, discussing one of my favorite books about the Lincoln, Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, as well as an excerpt from John-Roger, on leadership (from the seminar Are You Surrendering Your Leadership avail. at MSIA.org)